Learn how to start running Java web applications in Windows Azure cloud services using Eclipse in this "Hello World" demo by Martin Sawicki. This is an introduction to the Windows Azure Plugin for Eclipse with Java (by Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc), July 2012 Preview.
Are you interested in porting your iOS or Android apps to Windows and Windows Phone? Moving to a new platform needn't be as difficult as you think, as this video will demonstrate. Learn about your different options, and the exciting tools available to help you. See you in the Windows app Store!
jccimNov 20, 2009 at 10:47AM0
Maarten Balliauw from RealDolmen initiated the
Windows Azure SDK for PHP a few months ago. Since then we have been working together to improve the project and we were very excited to
announce at PDC09 the availability of version 1.0 of this SDK.
In this video, Maarten Balliauw and Vijay…
jccimMar 23, 2010 at 6:39AM0
Shawn Minto from Tasktop Technologies and Vijay Rajagopalan from the Microsoft Interoperability Strategy Team present the first results of efforts to modernize for Eclipse on Windows 7. This project was jointly initiated by Microsoft and
Tasktop Technologies and
announced last October at the…
In this episode, Microsoft's own Sara Ford joins Peter to discuss her work on the CodePlex.com open source software hosting platform. Sara dishes on how the Codeplex.com team evolved the site over time using Agile methodologies, as well as her own journey
from Visual Studio tipster to Silicon…
InteroperabilityMar 22, 2011 at 8:24AM3
As we said a few weeks ago we are hard at work Improving experiences for Java developers with Windows Azure. Today we’re announcing the availability of the first Community Technology Preview (CTP) of a new plugin for Eclipse, which provides Java developers with a simple way to build and deploy web…
Dans ce screencast, je vous montre comment développer une application basique en Java pour Windows Azure, avec les composants suivants: Environnement de développement: Eclipse + Tomcat SDK Windows Azure pour Java: http://www.windowsazure4j.org/CloudXplorer pour explorer le Blob Storage Windows…